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Nutramax Welactin Omega-3 Fish Oil Skin and Coat Health Supplement Liquid For Cats, 4 Ounce

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NOTE: Limited supply item - only three (3) per customer per order.


Welactin is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids derived from wild-caught, cold-water fish. Welactin is formulated to deliver substantial levels of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) to cats. DHA and EPA have been identified as healthy fatty acids. Welactin Omega-3 Supplements are brought to you by Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, #1 veterinarian recommended supplement company. *Source: Survey conducted among small animal veterinarians who recommended animal supplements.

Key Benefits:

  • Healthy Skin and Coat Supplement for Cats: Welactin is the #1 veterinarian recommended omega-3 supplement brand. Welactin Feline Omega-3 Supplement is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) to support healthy skin and coat
  • Ocean Sourced: The fish oil in Welactin is derived from wild-caught, cold-water fish
  • Supports Several Functions: In addition to supporting skin and coat health, omega-3s help support kidney (renal) health and brain/vision function
  • From the #1 Veterinarian Recommended Supplement Company*: Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences has been a leader in pet health for over 30 years, and provides supplements to support joint health, digestive health, and overall wellness
  • Backed by Science: Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences' supplements are veterinarian formulated with high-quality ingredients to ensure your pet is receiving a safe supplement


1 scoop - approximately 1.25 mL - delivers:
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids (min) 300 mg
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)(min) 160 mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)(min) 105 mg


Fish oil with vegetable oil, mixed tocopherols, rosemary, and green tea extract as preservatives.

Useful Information

Cats under 6 lbs: 1 scoop every other day.

Cats 6 lbs and over: 1 scoop daily.

Your veterinarian may adjust this level based upon your cat's needs.


Store at room temperature away from extreme heat or excessive light. FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
18 Reviews
67% (12)
11% (2)
22% (4)
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94% Recommend this product (17 of 18 responses)
By Luis
It is a very good and recommendable product.
November 27, 2021
This product has helped a lot to the cats that we own. It is a very good, cheap and recommendable product. No doubt that this product can protect and help heal your cat if it has a condition related to what this product works. A must buy product to any cat lover that wants the best for his/her little cats.
  • It is cheap, with pure Omega 3.
  • Improves the overall health and energy of your cat.
  • It has a very good taste.
  • It is from a very realiable brand.
  • No cons at all.
By Lillian
Eugene, Oregon
December 23, 2020
We were given a cat (Silky) earlier this year as the lady had to move to an assisted living. I took Silky to see our vet for bloodwork and physical which all came back good.

Sliky was close to 5 lbs. over-weight and had an itchy back with hair loss on it. The vet said to give her Welactin Omega so I did. What a difference as her fur is so beautiful, shiny and no more itchy dry skin. Her fur also had grown back in. She's on a diet and has lost about 3 lbs. She is now very active and loving it!

Merchant Response:Silky is beautiful!
  • Great for dry skin
  • Leaves the fur shiny and beautiful
  • none
By Gina
Good purchase
September 24, 2017
Wonderful product helps with a LOT of things for example helps with there coats, is good for if they have arthritis & my little one has dry pads & it helps keep their pads soft the only thing I wish it came in a bigger bottle so try it it's well worth trying
By AZCatsitter
Southern AZ
Vet Advised
September 3, 2017
My Vet advised Welactin for Kidney support of 12 yr old cat.

He is not 100% in favor of it being on his food. I have tried to break up dosage between feedings (Hills I/D Prescription ) Pate. Sometimes he walks away from it!

I cannot afford to toss the pate! I wrap it up and back to the fridge it goes to be added w/ fresh pate for next time!

I hope that SOMEHOW he gets most of the dosage thru my efforts!!

Frankly, I am getting tired of playing" Foodtime Bingo"!!

The reason for the 4-Star rating is his persnickety nature and no reflection on quality of the product.
I feel that this is a worthy supplement for my cat. Just wished he agreed w/me!!

BTW, he readily accepted Halo's Omega-3 product a few yrs ago!
By Lindy
We Love this Stuff!
July 23, 2016
Our cat has been on Welactin for years, now. The fish oil is good for his skin, his coat and his digestion, but the best thing is that he loves the taste and eats more of his food when we add the Welactin. He is underweight, and needs to eat, and this product stimulates his appetite. It is easy to use, easy to store. Wonderful stuff!
By MomOf3Cats
Phoenix, AZ
Use 1/2 dose..
June 14, 2015
As long as I mix with canned food, they'll eat it.. But, I had to cut the dose in half.. If one full does in their food - they barely eat it..
Helps with coat
June 5, 2015
The cats seem to like it. It helps with the coat and dandruff,and also makes the stool softer. They don't seem to strain.
By D&G
Murphy, NC
Welactin for Cats
April 6, 2015
Both of our cats, male and female, love this product. It has done wonders for their coats and has eliminated their dry skin problem. Great product!
By Nonseqtr
Mission Viejo, CA
Check expiration date
March 2, 2013
As far as the product is concerned, it's a good one, and the bottle dispenser gives you a better amount for your money, with less mess from squeezing a capsule. Though it can take a little while to learn how to dispense the right amount and do it cleanly.
The problem I had with this however, is that many discounted prices seem to include a close or expired date on the package. While this is an ideal sell by date, it's still a little disconcerting to find that the item you just bought has a date two months past due. (A problem I had with some of the capsule bottles.) Not to mention that with a previous purchase as the date approached my cats stopped being willing to eat food with this in it, which makes me wonder about it's freshness. I'd had it for several months though, so that may have been the problem. Fish oil isn't the most stable food item, even with vitamin E to help out.
Oh, and this has a very strong smell, much more so than the capsules. The cats seemed to like it though, which is the main thing. I just couldn't use it when my roommate was cooking because he complained that the smell was throwing off his ability to sense his own ingredients.

So basically, good product but check the expiration date and if you won't be using it often enough or in enough doses, you might be better off with the capsules which seem to have a longer shelf life.
By Chakanna
Good for my cat's overall wellness
January 20, 2013
My cat likes the flavor of this product. It also benefits her overall well-being. I've been using this product for over 2 years!
By dan5kay632
If a Cat Could Spit!
October 1, 2012
This product was recommended to me by my vet, because my cat sheds ALOT! And this was the first morning I gave it to her, it's recommended 1-2 pumps, I only gave her one pump of the stuff, mixed it up in her canned food, and ugh! poor thing, she was not happy! I had to add an additional can of food to the mixture before she would eat it. LOL! I guess it's an acquired taste...
By Dave
Black Mountain, NC
Excellent product
July 28, 2012
Our Vet recommended this product. We have been very happy with this fish oil product and Bogey loves it with his daily meals. Performs as advertised.
By OhKay
A bit stinky
April 2, 2012
It's hard to imagine fish oil that smells this strong isn't bad. I don't know how you'd tell if it had gone bad. Too early to report on effects, but the cat does eat it on the food if I use only half a pump. A full pump is rejected.
By britishbabehelped i.
helped increase the appetite
March 13, 2012
our 20 year old japanese bobtail cat had lost a lot of weight, down to only 6.lbs. We had tried changing the brand he ate but he still seemed dis_interested in most of what we put down.... With the very first dose of Welactin on his food, he ate the complete can we put down, and we are glad to say he eats a whole can a day now as well as some "dry" cat food..... He is gradually putting some weight back on.... Thank_you Welactin
By Monroe M.
Recommended by my veterinarian
February 12, 2012
My persian and ragdoll had less than silky coats. My veterinarian suggested Welactin, and after about a week we saw a big difference. Softer, silky coats. We mix it into a bit of canned food, and they love it! Tried putting it on dry food, and they didn't want to eat it at all.
By Em71782
Fantastic Product for a Beautiful, Healthy Cat
January 12, 2012
My cat has always suffered from dandruff. No matter how careful I was to brush, bath and chose great food, he still had that pesky dandruff. After only using this fantastic product for about two weeks, he started to look much healthier. His dandruff is greatly improved, his eyes are brighter, and his coat has never been so shiny. Fish oil has so many fantastic benefits for humans, why shouldn't we make sure our cats are getting the same benefits?

I originally purchased this product from my vet, but that won't happen again. I found it for about half the price on Entirely Pets and I get it quickly delivered to my house. You can't beat that! I highly recommend both this product and this fantastic company.
By Ray
Excellant product.
January 9, 2012
Recommended by my vet 5 years ago and Tigger has been using it ever since.
By Wendy
Great product!
September 26, 2008
I've had 3 cats with kidney problems, 2 died and the 3rd one I've switched to no vegetables in food (The so called quality foods with vegetables added (high price too), is stressful on their digestive systems, cats can't digest vegetables.) She went from looking like we were going to lose her to a healthy look once we did this. Along with the switch we also purchased the welactin natural samon oil. We've tried samon oil before and all my cats threw up from it! NOT Welactin! There's something about this stuff that makes it far better than other samon oils. Even my cat with CRF doesn't throw up from it!

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